It said the above intersection included 23m (with an estimated true width of 15m) at 4.61g/t gold and 41g/t silver.
Radius said phase three diamond drilling at Amalia was ongoing.
Pan American (NASDAQ: PAAS) has the option to earn up to 75% of Amalia by paying US$1.5 million cash, spending $2 million on exploration and taking the property to preliminary feasibility.
Radius also said it intended to issue the Amalia property owners 33,255 shares at a deemed price of C20c, in accordance with its option to acquire 100% of Amalia.
Shares in Pan American, which is celebrating its silver anniversary of 25 years operating in Latin America, have doubled since May and reached a 52-week high of US$20.54 on Tuesday.
They closed at $20.37 yesterday to capitalise it at $4.3 billion.
Radius shares, which spent much of 2018 around C10c, peaked at 46.5c in May after a standout intercept in the first hole of second-round drilling at Amalia.
They rose 1.96% yesterday to 26c to capitalise it at $22.6 million (US$17.1 million).